CLARK — Lessons at Valley Road School in Clark are taking on a winter theme, with second graders practicing their writing skills by providing instructions for building a snowman. In another activity, Student Council members recently helped hand out holiday gifts purchased by the PTA to needy families in Newark.
Students in Miss Emma’s second grade class in Valley Road School in Clark is exploring how to write how-to texts in which they explain how to create or perform something. One of the students’ favorite activities to do in winter time is to build a snowman. Each student has their own unique way of creating a snowman and have written a how to text to explain it using precise words. Some use coal for the eyes and mouth, while others use jelly beans or grapes. Each snowman is one of a kind just like the creators. Pictured above are Dylan Costa (left) and Tania Oliveira. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)
The Valley Road School PTA purchased gifts for needy families associated with the African Immigrant Ministry with the donations from the school community. The Fourth and Fifth Grade Student Council went on a Saturday road trip to Newark to meet children from a variety of cultures, participate in holiday activities, and eat lunch together while sharing in the joy of gift giving to less fortunate families. Pictured in the photo from left to right are: Kim Belverio, Sue Dzurocvik, Zachary Katz, Jon Spricigo, Andrew Pereira, Haley Knowrowski, Miah Faustino, Ashley Belverio, Julia Steiner, Principal Joe Beltramba, Nicole Ferrentino (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)
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